Walking Dickensian London
New Holland Publishers, 2004 - 208 pagine
This walking guide not only looks at the actual locations used in Charles Dickens' novels, but also provides a guide to London's development during the early Victorian period.
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Clerkenwell to Chancery Lane
Kings Cross to Regents Park
Islington and Highbury
Sloane Square to South Kensington
Kensal Green Cemetery
Westminster to Holborn
Mansion House to Smithfield
The East End
Blackheath to Greenwich
A Country Ramble
19th century Admission charged Admission free arrive Backtrack bear left bear right became Bleak House blue plaque Borough High Street brick bridge building Carlyle Catherine Charles Dickens church of St churchyard Continue ahead Court David Copperfield death Dickens House Dickens House Museum Dickens wrote Dickensian Edwin Drood Ellen Ternan Exit Fleet Street Gad's Hill Gardens gates George go left go right Guildhall Hampstead High Street Highgate Hogarth Holborn Holland Hospital John Forster keep ahead keep going ahead Kensington Lane later Little Dorrit lived London Monday-Friday Monday-Saturday novels Number Oliver Twist Open Park passing path pause pedestrian crossing Pickwick Papers Place Road Rochester Royal Sketches By Boz Square St Paul's Cathedral Station Circle steps straight ahead Tavern Ternan Terrace Thackeray Thames Theatre Thomas tour tower traffic lights turn left turn right Uncommercial Traveller Underground lines Underground Station Victorian wall Westminster whilst Whitechapel William